I like when people get into photography. Sure, the market is saturated, but the fact is, technology is making it easier to take a good picture. I once taught a workshop where I watched grown adults get great joy from holding a DSLR that they had for years and actually learning how to use it.
It was a great feeling.
I like a lot of things. I get ridiculously excited about things I like. I also love when I see people as excited as I am, it gets me pumped.
Like I said, technology is making photography easier, and that's a good thing. That's progress. Photography is going to be a skill learned by more and more people, which means more good pictures will be put into the world.
It also means for someone to make a living off of it, they'll have to work harder and find new and interesting photography techniques and create new communities. The photography market will only get more interesting as time goes on; more and more people will be working together to advance this industry.
The photography industry and music industry are getting wildly upended right now, which is hard, but it also forces innovation. It's easy to get comfortable, but that's not a luxury artists should ever really have, otherwise there's less growth. Discomfort is good.
Photography is cool; there's a reason so many people want to try it and that's ok.